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CUT DOWN THE OLD PINE TREE
LEE O'Daniel - Sunday, June 1941
Condon's Jazz concert, AFRS #5, October 19, 1944
Sign the "Song of the South" Petition
PINE RIDGE NEWS: November 1933
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Discussions in another forum pointed me to this link. No sound files here, but you'll find articles by Elizabeth McLeod including 64, get that, SIXTY-FOUR early Amos and Andy scripts. Elizabeth is quite a writer recognized for well-documented, balanced evaluations on topics pertaining to old-time radio. I'm sure you'll enjoy her commentary on the field and you'll probably learn something too.
Broadcasting History Links @ http://www.midcoast.com/~lizmcl/links.html
Al Jolson Society Page - (You ain't seen nothin' yet!)
Original Classics," unforgettable singers, swing music and
OTR, tune in KZQX-LP over the internet at www.kzqx.com!
From a low power FM station in Chalk Hill, Texas, comes radio as it used
to be, brought to you by station manager Chuck Conrad, who assembles each
day's music and programming from scratch - no satellite feeds! Each Sunday
from 8:00-9:30 p.m. Central Time, hear OTR classics as well!
Bickerson's.com - The Bickersons and Baby Snooks pages
Charlie's OTR Page
The Official Daws Butler Website
"The Golden Age of Radio" is a one-hour program produced by CHS-TV, the video technology and advanced broadcast journalism classes of Carthage High School in Carthage, Texas, led by instructor Donnie Pitchford, known to some as "Uncle Donnie" of the National Lum and Abner Society. This program is part of the KZQX OTR time on Sunday evenings, airing from 8:30-9:30. The students introduce vintage music and offer an OTR segment as well. Program notes may be found on the CHS-TV website at http://www.carthageisd.org/chs/Clubs/chs-tv/chs-tv.htm while the show may be heard over www.kzqx.com.
Nostalgia Pages at Oldradio.net
ANNEX - (Was OTR Show Server) Updated link 06-22-2007
Unofficial Fibber McGee & Molly Home Page - Super page; check it out or else!
Old Time Radio
WRVO FM Playhouse
Yesterday USA Superstation
Other Lum and Abner links on the Lum and Abner Page
Support Old-Time Radio by buying from these folks:
A-1 Video Store: http://www.a-1video.com/ Another seller of nostalgic tapes.
FIRST GENERATION RADIO ARCHIVES: http://www.radioarchives.org - Offering digitally restored programs on Audio CD to members. Ever wonder where OTR dealers get their material? You don't have to wonder with these folks. They carry the ball from start to finish. If you really want to support the preservation of radio shows, consider supporting the source. In most any field, the folks who do the R&D get stuck with the bill while "innovative" corporate entities profit from the end product. Industrial theft is a fact of life, and yes, it happens in radio too... virtually unchecked. The recordings available to FGRA members are NEW copyrighted works. The source materials do not come cheaply. The technology and labor to restore them is expensive as well. Now here's something that will blow your mind: It usually costs less to buy the restored shows from these guys, than it is to buy it from big name OTR banditos!
TVideo - classic television - some films here you probably haven't heard of in awhile.
Photos of Some Radio Stars Might Be Found Here:
Some other interesting pages with sound files:
Nipperhead - has some recordings of early cylinders and records
Ragtime Jazz and Vaudeville 1920's recordings (stuff for sale, and sound samples)
Early Recorded Sounds and Wax Cylinders
The Shellac Shanty
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